This is a beautiful little pub in the heart of an absolutely stunning little village. Our room was large and nicely appointed with period furniture and a modern ensuite bathroom. We had a large four poster bed - a bit of a novelty. The room was very comfortable. Like a lot of pubs there was a little noise from patrons but that's part of the character, at least they didn't move the empty beer barrels at 7am. The pub itself is a classic and well worth a visit even if you're not staying there. The meals were pretty good - typical pub fare. The only negative was both the late breakfast at 8:30am and the poor service at breakfast. It felt like we were a bit if a bother wanting breakfast right at 8:30am and compared to many places there was poor attention to the details at breakfast. Overall I would thoroughly recommend this pub and the village of Tideswell. PS. Don't miss visiting the cathedral church - it is stunning.
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